March 8, 2005
From: Denis Riek
Chelidonura fulvipunctata is usually very hard to find in the river and quite small. At present I am finding larger animals fairly regularly and in the same small area as the gastropterids.
Locality: Brunswick River, N.S.W. Australia. Depth: 1.5 mm. Length: 18mm. 04 March 2005. Under rock on rock wall. Photographer: Denis Riek
Due to conditions in the river I had to take this animal home to photograph where it layed eggs overnight. The eggs were covered in a clear jelly approx. 5mm thick.
email@example.comRiek, D.W., 2005 (Mar 8) Chelidonura fulvipunctata with eggs from Northern N.S.W.. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13296
This is a nice find. We don't have that many records of species of Chelidonura laying eggs, and especially laying them on a hard surface like this.
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